Cartoon in support of Jabeur Mejri, by Fey
Mauritanian blogger Mohamed Cheikh Ould Mohamed was sentenced to deathby firing squad on December 24, 2014, for an online article he published over a year ago. This is Mauritania’s first death sentence for apostasy since independence in 1960.
A large and growing majority of Germans believe Islam does not belong in the Western world and more than half see it as a threat, a poll published Jan. 8 showed.
Photojournalist Metin Göktepe, who was beaten to death while in police custody, was commemorated on the 19th anniversary of death with family and friends holding banners in support of Charlie Hebdo
Charlie Hebdo was about more than its fiercely satirical cartoons. It changed the French media and legal landscape forever and was instrumental in the struggle to protect hard-hitting investigative reporting.
Why the battle for free speech is so important
Turkey’s top cleric warns that “violence and terrorist attacks,” which should be labeled “crimes against humanity,” are aimed at sparking conflicts between religions and civilizations